Bachelor Pad, CalgaryContemporary Family Room, Calgary

Example of a trendy game room design in Calgary —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Calgary
This photo has 3 questions
jonistarr wrote:February 23, 2014
  • Phillip Field
    Where did you find those pictures?
  • PRO
    i3 design group
    The photos were taken on an i-phone in Portland Oregon. We printed them on a colour copier and then had then custom framed
oramiam wrote:March 10, 2015
  • PRO
    i3 design group

    We had them custom made for the project over 3 years ago. Not sure the fabric is even available anymore.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to Good Idea: Put Sconces Over the SofaFebruary 27, 2018

Eyeball the Arrangement for the Right CompositionUnlike, say, hanging an art piece (whose midpoint should typically be at eye level), when it comes to wall sconces, you or your designer will place them where they provide optimum illumination and look good to your eye. “We don’t follow a standard rule of thumb, but instead look at the big picture,” Harper says. “Art, furniture, ceiling height and the function of the sconces themselves are all taken into account.”Perry chose wall sconces in the space seen here to keep the end tables clutter-free. She placed these white plug-in swing-arm sconces to balance the arrangement of the furniture and framed artworks against a darker accent wall. Find a pro to help design your space

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Maureen Bea added this to Jimmy's placeMarch 12, 2020

Love that taupe - khaki color on the wall

Drew added this to Game RoomJune 13, 2019

Parallel seating could be next to fireplace

Similar Ideas
Mandeville Canyon Home
Orico Family Room
Family Room Project
Contemporary Media Room
Summit at Selkirk
Tips for Entertaining in a Small Space
Adero Showhome in Secord

Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268